2014: After a breakout season in 2013, Young’s offensive output dipped in 2014 as he was often double teamed by opposing defenders. Over the course of 11 games, Young posted 14 goals and added five assists. The fourth year player also saw his 27-game point streak end in Week 13. He had tallied at least one point in every game (including the postseason) since Aug. 11, 2012.
2013: The Hounds traded for Young in February, and his first season with the team was a breakout one. The attackman’s 30 goals and 40 points in the regular-season -- both of which ranked second among Hounds and 12th overall in the league -- earned him his first MLL All-Star nod. Young also set a team record in Week 3, scoring seven goals (and notching 8 points) in a game against the Rattlers. He didn’t let up in the postseason, tallying six goals and dishing out four assists in two games.
2012: Young appeared in 13 regular-season games with the Lizards, notching 12 goals and six assists for 18 points. He also tallied one goal in one postseason game.
2011: Young was selected by the Long Island Lizards in the fourth round (23rd overall) of the 2011 MLL Collegiate Draft. He appeared in six games with the team, recording five goals and one assist for six points.
Collegiate: In 66 games at Maryland, Young tallied 66 goals and 97 assists for 163 points. He was a two-time All-ACC selection as well as a three time USILA All-American selection.